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This teacher is awesome.  She uses interactive notebooks and has several Prezis that are soo cool!  And she teaches 8th grade math and algebra.

Art This teacher is awesome. She uses interactive notebooks and has several Prezis that are soo cool! And she teaches grade math and algebra.

Today I am writing about my absolute favorite (and my students’ favorite) review game: Attack! Let me start by listing the reasons I love this game: It requires NO PREP It requires NO MATERIALS (other

A Review Game That Students Love – ATTACK! (Math in the Middle)

Don't you just love review games?!     I'll be tutoring Mary's class at our new CC campus this year (so excited!), so I've been keeping...

It's great to have a nice collection of go-to games that work well for your class. As you know, each class has different dynamics, .

Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages

Math = Love: Newest Algebra 2 Interactive Notebook Pages McDowell , for grade level!

Math Review Pong - a review game   A fun way to review! - NOT SURE WHAT I THINK ABOUT THIS... CAN ANYONE HELP WITH THEIR OPINIONS PLEASE.

hey can only shoot if their answer is correct and only one representative from the group shoots. I make them switch every time unless they don't want to shoot.

Practice problems for solving exponential equations.. want to add these kinds of problems to the curriculum! Love this way to have students check their own work.. a lot of work up front, but worth it in the end!

Exponential Equations Add Em Up Activity. Groups of four. Four different problem pages. Students complete one problem per page. When all problems are complete, add up the four answers. Post the sum for Ss to check their answers.

SquaringNegativeClosed

Squaring a Negative Foldable

Squaring a Negative Foldable (simplifying/evaluating expressions, order of operations, exponents)

everyday memories: CC Review Game Jeopardy/Battleship

Kinda excited to try this game. You know how I've said I like board games and such. I also love sticky notes :). I first called it Battl.

Slope Hot Seat Game - Students sit in lines of 4. Last person in each line gets cards with pos, neg, zero, undefined written on them. Teacher posts an equation on the board. The last person in the line chooses the kind of slope & passes that card to the person in front of them. The student looks at the answer and if they agree, they pass it up. If they disagree, they pass it back. When the 1st person in the line gets and agrees with the answer, they hold it up.

My Favorite Unit to Teach – Linear Functions

Good idea -- may use this idea when we get to kinetics

A Reader Shares: Graphing Calculator Tutorial INB Page (Math = Love)

graphing calculator notes Math = Love: A Reader Shares: Graphing Calculator Tutorial INB Page

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